Anishinaabe Radio News

Sheila Watt-Cloutier is a Nobel nominee known for her climate change and human rights advocacy.

What does "Indian Country" mean, and is it offensive?

Fawn Sharp leads the oldest and largest national Native organization, the National Congress of the American Indians.

This week's episode talks about Maori filmmaker Merata Mita and her accomplishments.

This Sunday's Super Bowl will attract millions of viewers who will see fans participate in the usage of Native symbolism to support the Kansas City Chiefs. Indigenous people says it's a form of prejudice that needs to stop. 

This week's episode talks about Hawaiian scholar Haunani-Kay Trask.

A look at the life and talent of throat singer and rapper Kelly Fraser.

Actor, dancer and educator Michael Greyeyes is the topic of this week's episode. 

Kanahus Manuel is an activist currently involved in the Tiny House Warriors pipeline protest movement.

Talking about the 19th annual Native American Music Awards and who was honored.

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